New Tech News

November 3rd, 2019

Dates To Know

  • November 5th: Poetry Night at Cozby Library

  • November 8th: Senior Research Capstone Day at Cozby

  • November 20th: New Tech Gives Back (school-wide field trip)

  • November 21st: Poetry Out Loud @ the Cozby Library at 6:30pm

  • November 23rd-December 1st: Off for Thanksgiving
  • December 10th: Poetry Slam
  • December 10th-December 12th: STAAR retakes for eligible learners
  • December 20th: Early Release Day
  • December 21st-January 5th: Winter Break

Parent Volunteers Needed for New Tech Gives Back

New Tech Gives Back is a community service field trip that happens on Wednesday, November 20th from 9-2. On this field trip learners will be traveling to various community service locations throughout the DFW metroplex. We need parent chaperones to lead groups of 10-15 at each of the locations. If you are interested in volunteering, please email Chloe Spellicy (

New Learners for 2020-2021

I feel like I start talking about this earlier and earlier every year, but our calls into the school for next school are already increasing so we are getting this information out now. Please go to the website for all information related to next year. If you have a legacy learner, the application can also be found through this main link. If you don't have another learner arriving but have a friend who is interested... please pass this on!
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Front Loop Parking Reminder

Please be aware that we have a couple of reserve parking spots in the front loop for learners. These are parking spots that they bid on and paid for at our annual Spring Fling and we need your help to honor that. Please be advised that some learners have early and late release and so an open reserved spot may mean the learner has not arrived to school yet.

Thank you!

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CEF Education Foundation Grants

The Coppell ISD education foundation as a new process for funding grants this year and we want to make sure you have the opportunity to help fund grants that you support. Please see the links below for the grants submitted by our campus.
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Seniors, College Apps, and Naviance


Please take some time to review your Naviance list of "Colleges I am Applying to" and also your College list within Common App. If you have any Common App schools that you are applying to, then please make sure they are listed in BOTH places. If you are no longer applying to a school that was once listed, then please remove it from your lists.

Within your Naviance list, please update how you plan to apply. Make one of the actual selections and do not select the option "I don't know".

You also need to make sure that you match your Common App and Naviance accounts. Instructions can be found HERE.

Let me know if you have questions.



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Senior Ads in the Yearbook

Hello Senior Class and Senior Parents -

Now’s your chance to purchase your senior ad!

A quarter page ad is $80, a half page is $160, and a full page is $300.

Here is the form to reserve your spot:

All money for Senior Ads is due before Winter Break (December 20th)! You can send cash or a check to school with your learner or payment can be accepted in the front office.

Services Available to Families During Holiday Season

During the holiday season, the following programs are available to families who might have a need:

  • The Lion’s Club sponsors a Christmas food basket delivered to families as well as the Toys for Tots toy drive.
  • St. Ann’s Church provides Thanksgiving food baskets which are delivered to the homes of families on the Sunday before Thanksgiving. Apply by October 16th, 2019.
  • Make A Child Smile, sponsored by the City of Coppell, provides a toy and an article of clothing to children in need. This program is intended solely for children enrolled in CISD and residing within the city limits of Coppell. Apply by October 27th, 2019.
  • Valley Ranch Baptist Church hosts an annual Christmas Store. Registration happens October 16th, 2019 from 5-7:00 PM. A letter is required to register, so please let us know your interest.

Please contact school nurse, Cheryl Faulkner at or school counselor, Michael Kennington at for further information or to apply.

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Future Testing Accommodation Information

NTH@C College Board and ACT Testing Accommodations

Application Process and Forms

A student with a documented disability may be eligible for accommodations on College Board tests (SAT, SAT Subject Tests, PSAT, and AP exams) and the ACT. The school does not automatically apply for students to receive accommodations, but will assist families once the request is made to begin the process of applying for accommodations if their child is eligible for Section 504 or SPED. Parents should initiate the process by visiting our information page located on the New Tech High Website, under Announcements:

If you have any questions regarding testing accommodations, please contact Ms. Shaikh, Assistant Principal at